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STAT 201: Cumulative Practice Questions for the Final Exam
1. Review the following terms:
descriptive, inferential
sample, statistic, population, parameter, categorical, quantitative, discrete, continuous,
2. The number of points scored by the USC Gamecoc
Study Guide for Exam 1
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Exam 1 Review Problems
Exam 1 covers the following sections: 1.1-1.2, 2.1-2.5, and 3.1-3.4.
Below are some sample questions that review the material and will give you an idea of the
level of difficulty on the exam. You should also review the items listed
STAT 201
Exam 1 Review
Fall 2010
1. Identify whether each of the following variables is categorical or quantitative. If the
variable is quantitative, also identify whether it is discrete or continuous.
Number of siblings:
_Quantitative-Discrete_
Time need
STAT 201: Cumulative Practice Questions for the Final Exam
1. Review the following terms:
descriptive, inferential
population, parameter, sample, statistic, categorical, quantitative, discrete, continuous,
2. The number of points scored by the USC Gamecoc
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STAT 201 Sections E05 and E06
October 14, 2013
Answer :31! parts of each question carefully and completely. Show work for consideration of partial
credit. You may use a calculator during this exam. (NO CELL PHONES) You may use the supplied on
STAT 201: Tips on EWA for Lab Session 8
The EWA is assigned for Lab Session 8 It is due _. A 25% penalty will be imposed on all late papers and these will
only be accepted up to a week after the due date. Individual work is required on the EWA. Students m
Instructor: Dr. David J. Snyder
E-Mail: [email protected]
Office: Maxcy College
Office Phone: 803-777-8242
Office Hours: MW 10-11am, T 11-12 am, or by appt.
Teaching Assistants:
Alexandra Bethlenfalvy: [email protected] (sections
002, 003, 009)
Nathali
1. The Strom is trying to determine how many weights it need to buy for an expansion. USC
hires you to conduct a study where you sample students and ask how much weight they lift for
squats. You decide to ask students going to the Strom how much weight th
Stat 201
FINAL EXAM
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Show work for all problems. For example, if you are asked to calculate the mean, show that you
took the total and divided by the sample size. Remember for conditional probabilities, you need
to show the explicit calculations, n
Section 2.1 Frequency Distributions and Their Graphs
Graphs of Frequency Distributions
In example 10, we saw that a table listing types of data and counts of how much data is in each category
is called a frequency distribution.
When dealing with quantitat
Section 2.1 Frequency Distributions and Their Graphs
Graphs of Frequency Distributions
In example 10, we saw that a table listing types of data and counts of how much data is in each category
is called a frequency distribution.
When dealing with quantitat
STAT 201: Formulas for Final Exam
*You may add notes to the front and back of this formula sheet.*
x = x
n
median= The midpoint of the observations when they are ordered from smallest to largest
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6.1
Probability Distribution a summary of all possible outcomes of a random phenomena
along with their probabilities. (Usually displayed in a table or graph)
Random Variable a numerical measurement of the outcome of a random phenomena (p.
268)
We use capi
Formula Sheet for Exam II
You may write on this side of the formula sheet.
n( A )
P(A) = n(S)
C
P ( A ) = 1 P(A)
P (A or B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A and B)
P (A|B) =
P (A and B) = P (A|B)* P (B) = P(B) * P(A|B)
Disjoint Events: P (A and B) = 0
Independent events
1. The lady tasting tea: There is a true story about a lady at a tea party with a group of
statisticians. She claimed that she could tell the difference between tea that was poured into milk
and milk that was poured into tea. The group of statisticians de
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MATH 122 Section E03
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
Spring 2017
Instructor: Mrs. Melissa Atkins
Time and Location: TR 4:25-5:40pm, Callcot 201
Contact: Email: [email protected], Office: LeConte College 309B
Office Hours: TR 3:3
University of South Carolina
Department of Biology
Ecology & Evolution, Biology 301-002, Spring 2017
Schedule: Tuesday & Thursday, 1:15 PM 2:30 PM, CLS 104
Instructor: Dr. Jeff Dudycha; CLS 608; 777-3987; [email protected]
Email is the best way to reach
CHEM 112 General Chemistry II
Spring 2017, Sections E00-E04
Prerequisites:
MATH 111, 115 or higher and a grade of C or better in CHEM 111 or CHEM 141.
Students who do not meet the prerequisites will be administratively dropped from the class.
Instructor:
S T A T 201: Cumulative Practice Problems for the Final Exam
1. Review the following terms and concepts: sample, statistic, population, parameter, categorical, quantitative, discrete,
continuous, descriptive, inferential, measures of central tendency, mea
Exa m 1 Name,
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Description and scoring:
This exam contains 4 types of questions: multiple choice; true/false; matching; and short answer. There
are 19 multiple choice questions, 6 true/false questions, 2 matching questions, and 3 short
Reading Assignments
BIOL 301-002 Spring 2017
Unless otherwise specified, reading assignments indicate chapters and pages from Ricklefs The
Economy of Nature, 6th Edition or Weiners Beak of the Finch.
You are expected to read and learn the material listed
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Statistics 201
April 14th, 2017
Purely a Matter of Taste
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to decide if store brands are just as flavorful or more
flavorful than name brands. We conducted two types of statistical ex
Stat 201 Test 3 Formula Sheet
Z is a standard normal random variable
X is a normal random variable
is the mean of X
is the standard deviation of X
Sampling Distribution of the Sample Proportion
mean = p
standard deviation =
q
p(1p)
n
normally distribute